Scottish Word: Lowse.
“Yiv twa seconds tae git yir erse in gear an vacate the premises afore a lowse the dugs.” Translated: lowse: release, untie, loosen. “You have two seconds to get your bottom moving and vacate the premises … Continue reading Lowse.
“Ah’v ayewiz bin a chapper me, no a ringer.” Translated: chapper: door knocker. “I have always been a door knocker me, never a door bell ringer.” The Scottish Word: chapper with its definition and its meaning … Continue reading Chapper.
Scottish Word: Hud on.
“Ye’ll huv tae hud on a bit, she’s still tae pit in her wallies, her bool, find her leg an sort her wig.” Translated: hud on: hold on, wait. “You’ll have to wait a bit, she … Continue reading Hud on.
Scottish Word: Barkit.
“Look at ye! Yir barkit ye wee skite.” Translated: barkit: encrusted with dirt. “Look at yourself! You are completely encrusted with dirt you small objectionable person.” The Scottish Word: barkit with its definition and its meaning … Continue reading Barkit.